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Science fiction, American

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Records:

Algis Budrys papers

Call Number: MS 112

Collection comprising typescript draft (with manuscript corrections) for Algys Budrys's science-fiction novel Who?; two printed editions of the novel; and the painting by Kelly Freas that inspired Budrys's short story "Who?", which Budrys later expanded into a novel.

Dates: approximately 1955

Barbara Bohm's Star Trek scripts collection

Call Number: MS 374

This collection contains scripts from seasons 1 and 2 of Star Trek: The Original Series, which ran for three seasons from 1966-1969 and was produced by Desilu Productions, and a script from Star Trek: The Animated Series, which ran from 1973-1974 and was produced by Filmation.

Dates: May 26, 1966 - July 23, 1973

Carl Sherrell papers

Call Number: MS 365

This collection consists of papers created by the illustrator and science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer Carl Sherrell, including draft materials, manuscript and printed copies of published and unpublished works, correspondence with writers and publishers, reference material, publications by Sherrell's associates, and other materials associated with his writing and illustration career.

Dates: approximately 1960-1990

Donald Moffitt papers

Call Number: MS 360

Donald Moffitt was an author whose writing career spanned the late 1950s through the 2010s. Best-known for works of science fiction, his writing spanned a variety of genres, including pulp, mysteries, and espionage and historical fiction. His papers provide valuable insight into his life and creative process through a comprehensive collection of his manuscripts, both published and unpublished, in addition to select correspondence and other personal materials.

Dates: 1946 - 2015

John Kessel papers

Call Number: MS 358

John Kessel is a Nebula Award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer based in North Carolina. His papers span his writing career and include materials relating to his publications in a variety of formats, as well as correspondence with other prominent science fiction and fantasy writers.

Dates: 1969 - 2019

Kij Johnson papers

Call Number:  MS 377

The Kij Johnson collection contains story drafts, research materials related to published and unpublished works, correspondence, award materials, and audiovisual materials. Johnson is a speculative fiction author, as well as an author of nonfiction and poetry.

Dates: 1975 - 2021

Mary Rosenblum papers

Call Number: MS 362

Papers of science fiction writer Mary Rosenblum (1952-2018), who also published mysteries under her birth name, Mary Freeman. The collection contains typescript drafts and proofs (frequently annotated), correspondence related to publications, reviews/publicity clippings, contracts, and periodicals containing contributions by Rosenblum/Freeman.

Dates: 1990 - 2008

Stanley Schmidt papers

Call Number: MS 341

Stanley Schmidt is a science fiction writer and long-time editor of the science fiction periodical Analog. This collection includes typescripts of short stories, novellas, novels, editorials, and non-fiction articles written by Schmidt.

Dates: 1967 - 2013

Theodore Sturgeon's A Way Home manuscript collection

Call Number: MS 351

This collection comprises materials related to Theodore Sturgeon's third collection of short stories and novelettes, A Way Home, edited by Groff Conklin and published in 1955 by Funk & Wagnalls. Materials in the collection include corrected texts of stories and novelettes, uncorrected galley proofs, and a first edition copy of the publication.

Dates: 1946 - 1955

William F. Wu papers

Call Number: MS 367
Overview William F. Wu is an award-nominated science fiction writer and scholar in the depiction of Asian Americans in American fiction and popular culture. This collection spans from his early education through his writing career and includes personal and professional correspondence with close associates and figures in the science fiction and fantasy community. The collection also includes papers associated with his academic work in studying the representation of Asian Americans (and particularly...
Dates: approximately 1954-2018